Global warming and climate change seem to have become quite a popular trend of talks lately, between scandals in governments, the many strikes all over the globe and the Greta Thunberg phenomenon. But despite all the talks not much has been achieved yet – let’s just hope that ‘we-are-killing-the-world-with-our-pollution’ theme
Graffiti. Everyone knows what that word means. They are those strange, and often ugly, paintings and words scribbled all over the buildings of the big cities. Cursing, gangs’ names, insults. Low-level paint coming out from a dirty spray can. People look at them frowning, thinking that graffiti are the mark
The iranian artist Lida Sherafatmand started painting by the age of 3, after her hometown, Khorramshahr was bombarded and vanished completely. She was born a couple of years before the Iranian Revolution of 1979 and her city was the first to be attacked at the beginning of the Iran-Iraq war.
March 2019, Rome. Founded in 1992 by the day-dreamer actor and director Dario D’Ambrosi, the one of the “Teatro Patologico” represents a unique and avant-gardist reality: aimed at fostering the meeting between art and psychic diseases, the Theatre imagined by D’Ambrosi considers the encouragement of the free expression of any
Morality: what separates human from animal. Our ability to distinguish the difference between right and wrong is what we, as one entity, pride ourselves in. Different cultures have different ideas of right and wrong. Different religions prohibit different things. An example is the consumption of pork, which is prohibited in